The action ends at 2022 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Liverpool, England, on Sunday (November 6) after nine days of competition, with the finals of five apparatus finals – men’s vault, women’s balance beam, men’s parallel bars, women’s floor and men’s horizontal bar.
Athletes and celebrities to watch from November 9 – Sunday November 6
Philippines’ Carlos Yulo defending world champion in the jump, and last year he also won silver in parallel bars. He competes on both devices as he missed a medal in his favor in the floor event. Olympic champion Zou Jingyuan from China, freshly baked silver rings will want to have a say in the latter apparatus; Great Britain Joe Fraser – the 2019 world champion – will also be looking to make up for the disappointing all-around competition. All-round champion Daiki Hashimoto will be hoping to add tall gold bars to the floor silver.
Carey, the Olympic champion in the women’s dance floor, is expected to be another favorite this year in the event, a day after winning her first individual world title in the vault. Brazil Rebecca Andrade goes again in the balance beam and floor finals looking for another 2022 worlds medal after the all-around gold while the Brits are interested in the latter by Gadirova’s twins. Flavia Sarajwawho injured herself during a jump in the qualifiers, she is the best competitor on the floor and is working to recover before the final.
- The session starts at 1:15 pm
- 1:30 p.m Men’s vault
- 14:11 Women’s balance beam
- 15:25 Men’s parallel bars
- 16:08 women’s floor
- 4:53 p.m Men’s horizontal bar
Women’s balance beam qualifiers
Ou (CHN), Blakely (USA), Miyata (JPN), Boyer (FRA), Watanabe (JPN), Kovacs (HUN), Andrade (BRA), Black (CAN)
Women’s double-decker qualifiers
Saraiva (BRA), Andrade (BRA), Jessica Gadirova (UK), Chiles (US), Carey (US), Visser (NED), Jennifer Gadirova (UK), D’Amato (ITA)
Artur Davtyan (ARM), Yulo (PHI), Burtanete (RU), Radivilov (UKR), Souza (BRA), Lee Junho (KOR), Tanigawa Wataru (JPN), Kim Hansol (KOR)
Men’s Parallel Bar Qualification
Zou (CHN), Kamoto (JPN), Dauser (GER), Yulo (PHI), Arican (TUR), Calvo Moreno (COL), Fraser (GBR), Regini-Moran (GBR)
Men’s horizontal bar qualification
Hasimoto (JPN), Sun (CHN), Zhang (CHN), Ilias Georgiou (CYP), Malone (USA), Kamoto (JPN), Nory Mariano (BRA), Bull (AUS)
October 29 – November 6
Rhythmic Gymnastics | Olympic qualification | World Cup | Liverpool
How to watch the 2022 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships
The 2022 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships will be broadcast worldwide on television and digital live streaming channels.
In some regions, fans can watch the action via the Olympic Channel via Olympics.com here.
Host sender BBC hold the rights in the UK, while fans in the US can keep watching NBC and its partner channels (see listings for details). globe will show the Championship in Brazil.
Fans from several territories can follow the action on YouTube channel of the International Gymnastics Federation.
A complete list of TV and Internet broadcasters around the world can be found here.
You can also stay up to date with Olympics.com as we keep you updated live blog updates from each day of the 2022 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships, as well as reports and announcements from all major events. The full results of the Liverpool 2022 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships are here.